Sport The moment Fifa president Sepp Blatter revealed Qatar as winners of the 2022 World Cup bid

The Qatar tournament looks likely to be moved to the winter

Bin Hammam: 'Britain must build bridges with Fifa'

Fifa presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam will meet the FA chairman David Bernstein today, but has said that repairing relationships between British football and the world governing body would have to be reciprocal.

Blatter wants to complete 'mission' at Fifa

The Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, says the world governing body needs his style of "continuous evolution" rather than the "revolution" proposed by rival candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam.

Fifa 'revolution' would be disruptive claims Sepp Blatter

Sepp Blatter today insisted FIFA need "evolution not revolution" as he set out his manifesto for re-election as football's most powerful man.

Hamman gets surprise lift as Korean rival backs his Fifa campaign

Mohamed bin Hammam received a boost to his campaign to become Fifa president yesterday when he was backed by his former foe and ex-Fifa executive committee member Chung Mong-joon.

Bin Hammam: I'm Fifa's democracy candidate

Mohamed Bin Hammam has delivered another thinly veiled attack on Sepp Blatter as Fifa yesterday confirmed that the Qatari billionaire will be the sole challenger to the incumbent in this summer's presidential elections.

Mohamed Bin Hammam is only challenger to Sepp Blatter

Mohamed Bin Hammam will be the only challenger for the FIFA presidency when incumbent Sepp Blatter stands for re-election on June 1, soccer's world governing body confirmed today.

The Last Word: Celts fail to embrace spirit of Games

Depressing refusal to grasp once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Britain take on rest of the world at football in 2012

Warner in new World Cup 'ticket scandal'

Revelations that Fifa bigwig tried to sell South Africa tickets for 60 per cent cut on black market

Fifa and Uefa suspend Bosnia-Herzegovina

FIFA and UEFA have suspended the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NSBiH) until further notice as the row over the organisation's presidency continues.

Sepp Blatter dragging Fifa image down says Mohamed Bin Hammam

FIFA presidential challenger Mohamed Bin Hammam has launched a personal jibe at his rival Sepp Blatter, claiming the organisation is only unpopular because of him.

Warner re-election likely to aid Blatter

Jack Warner, a key ally of Fifa president Sepp Blatter, will be re-elected as Concacaf president without a challenger in the North and Central American and Caribbean region.

Sepp Blatter 'to stand down in 2015'

Sepp Blatter will make way for a successor as FIFA president in four years' time if he is re-elected in June, he announced today.

Mud flies as battle for Fifa control turns ugly

Organisation would be 'doomed' if Bin Hammam takes over, claims supporter of current president Blatter

Bin Hammam: The multimillionaire who believes he can depose Fifa's kingpin

Bin Hammam's decision to launch campaign in Paris shows he is confident, but Blatter will not go easily

Uefa refuse to budge on Champions League ticket pricing

Uefa today ruled out any change to the ticket prices for the Champions League final at Wembley in May despite Michel Platini admitting they were too expensive.

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